Breaking! Ogun Police rescue abducted two female students of OOU, deny payment of ransom

Femi Adeleke
The Ogun State Police Command on Tuesday evening secured the safe release of the abducted two female students of the Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), Ayetoro Campus from their abductors.
The Command’s Spokeaman, Abimbola Oyeyemi confirmed this to Uhuru Times on Tuesday evening.
The students were abducted by gunmen in front of their hostel on Sunday night while returning from an outing.
The victims are: Adeyemo Oluwaseun Precious, 300 level student of Forestry and Wildlife Management and Oyefule Oluwatosin Abisola also a 300 level, Agricultural Economics.
The gunmen had demanded N50 million ransom from the families of the victims, but Oyeyemi said, the police was not aware of any payment of for their release.
“Yes, the students have been safely rescued unhurt and they are current with the police.
“We are not aware if any ransom was paid for their release”, Oyeyemi simply said.

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